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Conference Keynotes

Keynote Address by Dean Brackley, S.J.

Dean Brackley received his doctorate in theological ethics at the University of Chicago in 1980. He worked in social ministry and popular education on Manhattan’s Lower East Side and in the South Bronx, and taught briefly at Fordham University before joining the staff of the Universidad Centroamericana (UCA) in El Salvador, Central America in 1990 . Currently he teaches theology and ethics. He also administers the university’s School for Religious Education and has collaborated in schools for pastoral formation sponsored by the UCA. Dean’s recent published works include Divine Revolution: Salvation and Liberation in Catholic Thought (Orbis Books, 1996) and the newly released The Call to Discernment in Troubled Times: New Perspectives on the Transformative Wisdom of Ignatius Loyola (Crossroad, 2004).

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Keynote Address by Paul Locatelli, S.J.

Paul Locatelli, S.J., became president of Santa Clara University in August 1988. A member of the baccalaureate Class of 1960 at Santa Clara, he received his Doctorate of Business Administration from the University of Southern California in 1971, and a Master of Divinity from the Jesuit School of Theology in Berkeley in 1974. He became a Jesuit in 1962 and was ordained a Jesuit priest in 1974.

Locatelli previously served as Rector/Professor of Accounting at Loyola Marymount and Academic Vice President and Associate Dean of Business at Santa Clara as well as a member of the Accounting faculty. Even after assuming Santa Clara's presidency, he was named the 1994 Distinguished Professor of the Year by the California Society of CPAs.

Currently, he serves on a number of Silicon Valley and national boards, including Campus Compact, Council of Presidents for the Association of Governing Boards, the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities, the American Leadership Forum, and the Joint Venture: Silicon Valley Network. His work has earned him the 1999 John Gardner Leadership Award from the American Leadership Forum, 1999 Citizen of the Year Medal from the County of Santa Clara/Province of Florence-Sister County Commission and the 2000 Business Hall of Fame from Junior Achievement Business Hall.

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Opening Remarks by David McMenamin

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